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Who is responsible for maintaining the right-of-way along the road leading to Murrayville Elementary School?

Ken Little
StarNews

A reader wrote to MyReporter.com with concerns about a tree possibly falling on vehicles waiting to pick up children from Murrayville Elementary School. The tree was in the right-of-way along the right side of Mabee Way, the road that leads to the school from Murrayville Road.

“Bill Hance, assistant superintendent of operations, has informed me that the New Hanover County Schools Maintenance Department will visit the site near the entrance of Murrayville Elementary, investigate the situation, and take appropriate action. The tree or trees will be removed if necessary,” NCHS spokeswoman Valita Quattlebaum said.

“Mr. Hance was also concerned about whether your reader attempted to notify the school system of a potential problem. Anytime a potentially hazardous situation is identified action is initiated immediately to mitigate the problem,” Quattlebaum said.

The school district’s telephone number is (910) 763-5431. Contact information for district personnel can be found on the NHCS website.

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One Response to “ Who is responsible for maintaining the right-of-way along the road leading to Murrayville Elementary School?”

  1. On October 14, 2010 at 8:40 pm Sam wrote:

    I asked the original question. No, the NHCS system was not contacted directly but Murrayville Elementary School was told during last school session. Thank you for the additional information supplied in your answer and that the leaning tree situation will be corrected this year.



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